Amid growing calls for action to fight climate change, oil and gas companies are ramping up efforts toward environmental and community stewardship.
A panel of energy ministers from Pakistan, Senegal and the UAE addressed access to sustainable and affordable energy supply at the ADIPEC ministerial session.
Companies are targeting oil in the fast-growing field, but pipeline construction has lagged, leaving natural gas as a byproduct to be burned or vented.
Murkowski and Manchin focus on efficiencies and creating jobs to replace those related to coal.
In New Mexico and Colorado, politicians balance environmental policies with the need for oil and gas revenues.
These insights into how best to approach decommissioning and demolition will help companies achieve optimal success.
While a groundswell rises worldwide to replace hydrocarbons with renewable energies—and sooner rather than later—do physical realities support such a revolutionary change to energy domains? The short answer is no.
The state of Massachusetts sued Exxon Mobil on Oct. 24, accusing the oil giant of misleading investors and consumers for decades about the role fossil fuels play in climate change.